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Book details
  • Genre:YOUNG ADULT FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / General
  • Age Range (years):13 and up
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781617922497

Jungle Gentle Giants

The Tale of The Three Gorilla Princes

by Pamphil Kin

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Overview
Action Adventure -- Fiction/ Animation – family /Gorilla – Jungle story / animals—fiction/
Description
Tragedy strikes the gorilla’s kingdom. Silver, the beloved ruler and alpha male is no longer. Noko, Silver’s machiavellic and unscrupulous brother couldn’t wait to be the next alpha male, the next king of the jungle. However, Silver’s last wish was that the soon to be born baby that Joly the queen was carrying should rule the kingdom if he had to disappear. To ensure that Silver’s last wish doesn’t happen, Noko sought the help of Golila-the- mandrill-witch to cast a spell on the soon to be born offspring. The spell was that the offspring would be born blind, deaf and mute thus preventing him or her from ruling. Twist of fate, queen Joly pregnancy gave birth to a set of triplets. Unfortunately one was born blind; another was born death and the last one mute. Now the question is who should be and who will be the next king? Between who shall rightfully be king and the throne lay an Odysseus journey full of dangers surprises and learning. As the growing triplets ponder over the answer, they encounter both friends and foes along the way. They are going to be tested every step of the way and valuable lessons are learned in the process.
About the author
Pamphil Kin is a graduate of City College of New York City. He also has a Master Degree in Managerial Engineering from (NJIT) New Jersey Institute of Technology. Pamphil Kin’s passion for writing started at an early age, but never fully developed into a tangible project until recently with the writing of his very first novel, Jungle’s Gentle Giants: the Tale of The Three Gorilla Princes. Pamphil Kin is the oldest of seven and grew up in Europe where he lived in Brussels (Belgium), Geneva and Lausanne (Switzerland) and in Kinshasa (DRC) Africa. He moved to the United States in the eighties where he lived subsequently in Houston TX, New York City, New Providence NJ and Baton Rouge Louisiana. He finally settled in New York City in the late nineties where in his spare time he likes to write screenplays and novels.